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The Factor V Leiden Mutation is one of the genetic risk factors for thrombosis. Indications for Factor V Leiden testing, as part of the screening for thrombophilia, include: venous thromboembolism (especially if in an unusual site), deep vein thrombosis during pregnancy, venous thromboembolism while on oral contraceptive, fetal death after 10 weeks gestation, fetal growth restriction and/or preeclampsia, and/or family history of stroke, pulmonary embolus, deep vein thrombosis in first degree relatives under age 50.
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